Decoys: The Second Seduction

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Decoys: The Second Seduction Review


And here I had know idea there was a Decoys to make a sequel of. Looking it up online, it appears to have exactly the same plotline as Decoys: The Second Seduction: A bunch of hot girls prowl around a college campus, turning into aliens to suck the life out of hapless guys looking for easy fun. Eventually the guys figure out the otherworldly beauties are too good to be true, so they go on a killing spree: The alien babes are very vulnerable to heat and fire. End of movie.

Vapid and dumb, I've seen worse films but not by much. Basically, this is a ripoff of Species, which I thought did a plenty good job of ripping itself off with two sequels of increasingly bad quality. There's no reason for anyone to see Decoys 2... it isn't amusing, thrilling, or titillating in the slightest.

Aka Decoys 2: Alien Seduction.



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Director: Jeffery Scott Lando

Producer: Franco Battista

Starring: Tyler Johnston as Sam Compton, Kailin See as Stephanie Baxter, as Constance Snowden, as Dr. Alana Geisner, as Professor Erwin Buckton, as Luke Callahan

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